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How Mindfulness Can Help us Talk About the Things That Divide Us

This post was originally published on this site   Point of View Episode 10: Mindfulness in Politics 43:53 Listen to Mindful editor-in-chief Barry Boyce and writer and editor Stephanie Domet discuss how mindfulness helps us deepen our caring not only… Continue Reading →

Is Your Mindfulness Practice a Political Statement?

This post was originally published on this siteLike so many deep and subtle questions, “Is mindfulness political?” requires a no & yes answer. Mindful extols the work of mindfulness teachers who teach in secular contexts. These teachers are very unlikely… Continue Reading →

A 3-Part Focussed Attention Meditation

This post was originally published on this siteOne key aspect of mindfulness is the ability to calm and focus the mind. By bringing your attention back to the breath each time you feel your mind wandering during meditation, you can… Continue Reading →

The Mindful Politician: Why Tim Ryan is Promoting Mindfulness in Washington

Barry Boyce: How has mindfulness informed your recent experience in Washington? Has your mindfulness practice made a difference during this interesting period? Rep. Tim Ryan: Oh, it’s been more essential than ever because Washington has been more chaotic than ever,… Continue Reading →

Introduction to Mindfulness Meditation with Barry Boyce

Barry Boyce is Editor-in-Chief of Mindful and Mindful.org. He has been practicing mindfulness since 1972 and teaching it since 1980, leading seminars, retreats, and leadership programs. Boyce the editor of the anthology The Mindfulness Revolution: Leading Psychologists, Scientists, Artists, and Meditation… Continue Reading →

Five Ways to Practice Mindfulness When You’re Busy

There are days when life just doesn’t make it easy to stop and take time for a longer period of meditation. But why let that stop you from injecting mindfulness into your life in small does throughout the day? Being… Continue Reading →

Can Mindfulness Help Us Dismantle Inequality?

Mindfulness is often packaged as an individual pursuit: you carve out a space in a comfortable setting or a studio that suits your needs so you can take time to calm down, relax, or focus better for work. The benefits… Continue Reading →

Are Meditators Unmotivated Slackers?

Ah, clickbait. It draws you in but so often disappoints. All hat, no cattle, as the Texas saying goes. To wit: A recent New York Times headline blared, “Hey Boss, You Don’t Want Your Employees to Meditate.” The piece is… Continue Reading →

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